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Green crab, Carcinus maenas, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Green crab, Carcinus maenas, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Green crab, Carcinus maenas, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Common spider crab, also known portly spider crab or nine-spined spider crab (Libinia emarginata), with red beard sponge that it has attached to its shell at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Long-clawed hermit crab, Pagurus longicarpus, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Common spider crab, also known portly spider crab or nine-spined spider crab (Libinia emarginata), with red beard sponge that it has attached to its shell at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Long-clawed hermit crab, Pagurus longicarpus, with bushy bryozoans attached to its shell. Bryozoans are tiny colonial animals that feed by filtering plankton from seawater.

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A pigeon, Columbidae sp., at the home of bird rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A pigeon, Columbidae sp., at the home of bird rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A pigeon, Columbidae sp., at the home of bird rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A pigeon, Columbidae sp., at the home of bird rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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The egg from a diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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The egg from a diamondback terrapin, Malaclemys terrapin, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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A vulnerable alligator snapping turtle (Macroclemys temminckii) at the Saint Louis Zoo.

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Sand shrimp, Crangon septemspinosa, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Shore shrimp, Palaemonetes sp. at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Sand shrimp, Crangon septemspinosa, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Sand shrimp, Crangon septemspinosa, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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Sand shrimp, Crangon septemspinosa, at the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center in the Sedge Islands Marine Conservation Zone, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.

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A critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo. Suci is one of only two in the United States and one of only 10 in captivity worldwide. Poaching is rampant for this species and fewer than 200 exist now in the wild. This animal was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2007. It’s hoped that she can be bred and help the species cling to survival. The Sumatran rhino is considered one of the rarest mammals in the world.

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A critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo. Suci is one of only two in the United States and one of only 10 in captivity worldwide. Poaching is rampant for this species and fewer than 200 exist now in the wild. This animal was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2007. It’s hoped that she can be bred and help the species cling to survival. The Sumatran rhino is considered one of the rarest mammals in the world.

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A critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo. Suci is one of only two in the United States and one of only 10 in captivity worldwide. Poaching is rampant for this species and fewer than 200 exist now in the wild. This animal was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2007. It’s hoped that she can be bred and help the species cling to survival. The Sumatran rhino is considered one of the rarest mammals in the world.

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A critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo. Suci is one of only two in the United States and one of only 10 in captivity worldwide. Poaching is rampant for this species and fewer than 200 exist now in the wild. This animal was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2007. It’s hoped that she can be bred and help the species cling to survival. The Sumatran rhino is considered one of the rarest mammals in the world.

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A critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo. Suci is one of only two in the United States and one of only 10 in captivity worldwide. Poaching is rampant for this species and fewer than 200 exist now in the wild. This animal was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2007. It’s hoped that she can be bred and help the species cling to survival. The Sumatran rhino is considered one of the rarest mammals in the world.

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A critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo. Suci is one of only two in the United States and one of only 10 in captivity worldwide. Poaching is rampant for this species and fewer than 200 exist now in the wild. This animal was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2007. It’s hoped that she can be bred and help the species cling to survival. The Sumatran rhino is considered one of the rarest mammals in the world.

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A critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo. Suci is one of only two in the United States and one of only 10 in captivity worldwide. Poaching is rampant for this species and fewer than 200 exist now in the wild. This animal was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2007. It’s hoped that she can be bred and help the species cling to survival. The Sumatran rhino is considered one of the rarest mammals in the world.

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A gray bird grasshopper (Schistocerca nitens) at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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A bat cave cockroach (Eublaberus distanti) at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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A juvenile bat cave cockroach (Eublaberus distanti) at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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A zebra bug (Eurycotis dicipiens) at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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A vulnerable gray bamboo lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) named Li’l Bit at the Cincinnati Zoo. This species is rarely kept in captivity. Li’l Bit is 14 years old and is very curious and gentle.

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A vulnerable gray bamboo lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) named Li’l Bit at the Cincinnati Zoo. This species is rarely kept in captivity. Li’l Bit is 14 years old and is very curious and gentle.

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A vulnerable gray bamboo lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) named Li’l Bit at the Cincinnati Zoo. This species is rarely kept in captivity. Li’l Bit is 14 years old and is very curious and gentle.

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A vulnerable gray bamboo lemur (Hapalemur griseus griseus) named Li’l Bit at the Cincinnati Zoo. This species is rarely kept in captivity. Li’l Bit is 14 years old and is very curious and gentle.

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A white naped pheasant pigeon (Otidiphaps nobilis aruensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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A white-naped pheasant pigeon (Otidiphaps nobilis aruensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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